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more with the president's positions on things like energy and a balanced approach to energy that includes renewable and fossil fuels, that includes taking a more balanced approach on public lands especially and keeping environmental considerations in mind. and then on social issue, the editorial board is more aligned withed president as far as women's health issues and reproductive rights. >> okay. but what's happening in the minds of the colorado voters over the past month? as we mentioned there's about a 5-point lead that has dissipated to bring it pretty even neck and neck in that state. what's happened? >> yeah. you saw it happening right before the presidential debate at the university of denver was when mitt romney started to pick up steam. and his favorables have increased. voters have grown more comfortable with his message here. the polling we had five polls released in colorado last week, including yours. and for the first time his favorables outweigh his unfavorables. and i think the more people hear his message, the more people are beginning to think that he is c
evidence, hurricane sandy. joining me now is carl davenport, energy and environmental correspondent for the national journal. coral, welcome, good morning. >> thanks, good to be here. >> i know for the past few months you've written a few pieses about global warming. one came in september, proved especially futuristic here. no laughing matter. you wrote about how global warming is already affecting the coastal residents. even before the storm, what kind of an impact are we talking about? >> we are already seeing the global -- the bottom line impact. we're seeing higher storm surges to coastal residents. everywhere from florida to new hampshire. we're seeing increased insurance costs. we're seeing bottomline costs as there are more and more storms, not just storms like sandy, but in the northeast they're seeing more and more of those 100-year storms, inside, two storms like that inside a decade. so higher and higher bottom-line costs to taxpayers, homeowners, insurance companies. even before sandy. from these rising sea levels and increase intensity storms. >> so coral, where does th
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